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The Legality of the Creation of “Safe Zone” in Syrian Northern Borders with Turkey in Accordance with International Law

sattar azizi; Mohsen Akbari

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 10-41


  Military force of Turkey and Turkey-backed Syrian forces attacked Northeastern Syria on 9 October 2019. The concept of "safe zone" has been used in different terms in International Humanitarian Law. In this article, the legal status of the formation of a safe zone on Syria's Northern borders with Turkey ...  Read More

The Role of Foreign Investment Insurer in Sustainable Investment with Emphasis on MIGA's Practice

elnaz nesari

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 44-69


  Nowadays, issues non-related to investment have been entered in foreign investment law. Investment may bring about human rights and environmental challenges. Sustainable Investment emphasizes on the necessity of observing environmental and social standards in foreign investment process. While international ...  Read More

Obligation to Express Causes of Law in Islamic Voiding of Regulations in the Light of the Guardian Council’s Jurisprudence

hamed oladi

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 72-93


  This article is an analytical study of Clauses C and D of Article 80 of the Administrative Justice Court Act that requires persons that request voiding of regulations (voiding regulations due to contradiction with Islamic law) to express causes of law and related reasons with clarified remedy and finally ...  Read More

Identifying the Right to Self-Determination in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Light of Constituent Power Theory

Saeb Dast Peyman; Alireza Dabirnia

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 96-127


  The right to self-determination is amongst the most fundamental rights enumerated in human rights law. In the human rights approach, the wise man has free will and autonomy and the right to self-determination. according to the constituent power theory, the sovereignty of generations of a nation in self-determining ...  Read More

The Guardian of the Constitution in Carl Schmitt's Thought

Fardin Moradkhani

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 130-158


  Constitutional review is one of the important concepts of constitutional law that, although begun in the nineteenth century and in the United States, grew worldwide in the twentieth century. Initially European countries and gradually other countries around the world also adopted this system.but According ...  Read More

The Need to Distinct the “Approach” from the “Method” in the Theory of Applying Fundamental Rights in Private Law

abbas Mirshekari; Amir Zare

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 160-191


  The attributability of actions to states within the context of investment treaty disputes and to focus on the roles played by international and domestic laws in such attributions have caught the attention of jurists in recent years. The ILC Draft Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally ...  Read More

The Doctrine of Executive Necessity in Government Transactions and Distinguishing It from Similar Concepts: A Comparative Study of Iranian Legal System and Common Law

adel ebrahimpoor asanjan; nasim soleymani nejad

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 194-223


  Governments and governmental organizations have special privileges in concluding contracts to provide the public needs and protect the public interests. One of the privileges that is often addressed in Common Law systems and Commonwealth countries, and it stems from the sovereign power of the government ...  Read More

Unwritten Principles of the Constitution; Beyond the Text

Naser Soltani

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 226-248


  The Constitution must be regarded as one of the elements of a larger order, and the political system based on it, and the "text of the constitution" is just one of these elements. The relationship between political forces and their balance, as the context in which the constitution is flowing, directly ...  Read More

Right to the City

sanaz kamyarrad; Mehdi Hadavand; safarali kamyarrad

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 250-282


  Cities contain more than half of the world's population. Urban sprawl and environmental degradation would cause irreparable damage to the cities and their citizens. A considerable number of the urban population suffer from the lack of human rights in the cities. Fundamental principles ought to be respected ...  Read More

Intervention by Invitation in Post-Election Disputes: The Analysis of the Security Council Practice in the Gambia (2017)

Hadi Dadmehr; Seyed Hadi Mahmoudi

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 284-312


  The prohibition of use of force is one of the primary obligations of States under Article 4(2) of the United Nations Charter. No violation of this principle is permitted except in the case of self-defense under article 51 of the Charter or the authorization of the Security Council under chapter VII of ...  Read More

Critical Approach to the Iranian Lawmaking in Crisis: The Case of COVID-19

ayat mulaee

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 314-343


  In the modern era, the Administration is assumed to be a service institution that should, in the ordinary and extraordinary circumstances, deliver public services. This cannot be achieved unless under the principle of the rule of law, its jurisdictions are defined. The present study, emphasizing on the ...  Read More

The Doctrine of “Equivalent Protection”: Uncertainty on the Principle of Separation in the System of International Responsibility of Organizations

Narges Qadirli; hoorieh hosseini

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, Pages 346-373


  The international organizations have independent legal personality which makes them responsible for their own wrongdoings. Therefore, member states of these organizations, are not responsible due to their mere membership. The European Court of Human Rights' decision in the Bosphorus Case can be considered ...  Read More